507 Big Stump Mountain Trail is a 3 bedroom/3 bath home on the outskirts of Bent Tree. With an asking price of $187,000, it is ready for a buyer who might want to add their own updates and personal touches. Click here for the listing information.
331 Crippled Oak Trail hit the market a few days ago with an asking price of $300,000. Click here to link to the listing information. The home sits in the woods, just off the forward tee box on Hole 18. One of the listing photos shows the back of the house as seen from the tee box. If you’re a golfer looking for a place in Bent Tree, don’t miss this one. Click here for yesterday’s post. Note – the photo above shows Hole 18, looking from behind the green back towards the tee box in the distance. The little yellow arrow gives an idea of where the house sits.
Click here to link to the listing information for 396 Shadowick Mountain Road in Bent Tree. The asking price for the 3 bedroom, 4 bath cabin is $164,900.
UPDATE – SOLD for $49,900
At the time of this posting, 687 Coffey Cove Drive is the lowest priced home currently for sale or sale pending in Bent Tree, with an asking price of only $49,900. The status is now “SALE PENDING”. Click here to link to listing information for the home that was built in 1975.
UPDATE – as of early this morning, December 6, this property is no longer under contract and is back on the market. UPDATE 2: As of December 12 the house is under contract again.
Click here for a previous post about 2073 Tamarack Drive, which has over 430 feet of lake frontage. The asking price is $350,000.
The home at 133 Echo Ridge in Bent Tree was built in 2002 by a builder for his personal home. The property is now bank owned and the asking price is $345,000. Click here to link to the listing information.
Friday’s post showed the view down the Hole 5 fairway. In the distance, you can see a house (shown closer in the photo below). The custom built home, located at 10 Alpine Drive, is as close to the front gate as you can get, but somehow still seems private. I’ve heard that the view from the house, looking back up the fairway, is amazing. The house, situated on 2.5 lots, is off to the right behind the green with a creek separating the home from the golf course. The asking price is $389,000. Click here to link to the listing information.
Last Sunday’s post had information about a house for sale on Coachwhip Court in Bent Tree. Coachwhip Court branches off of Coachwhip Trail, which runs between Grandview Trail and South View Trail. There are currently no houses at all on Coachwhip Trail. There’s an improved waterline and nice fire hydrants, but no houses (and no power lines except for a short section off of Grandview Trail). The heavily wooded area is very pretty, and there are buildable lots. The photo above, of wild azaleas, was taken along Coachwhip Trail last spring. Click the video below (taken last week) for a golfcart ride from one end of the street to the other. The video is pixelated and bumpy, especially at the start. It’s not that easy to record using a phone while on a golfcart. It smooths out some after about 20 seconds. I might have tried to record a smoother version, but then you’d miss the deer I came upon at about the 53 second mark. Watch closely.
While watching the goldfinches in the spillway the other day (see yesterday’s post), I realized they weren’t there to drink the water. A closer look showed that all three birds were eating long strands of algae, slurping them up like spaghetti noodles. And, they were eating a lot.
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Well…goldfinch. On Sunday morning, a male goldfinch landed in the spillway. A few minutes later, another male flew in. A few minutes after that, a female appeared.